• Map Maker #7: Speaking their Native Language

    Once again, I think the information in chapter 8 came as no surprise to the Ag Ed world. As we continue to build our new maps, we have often practiced the art of looking at some of the old maps, our old teaching style...
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  • Apathy vs. Passion

    As agricultural educators, you were probably already familiar with most of the concepts portrayed in Chapter 7 of Marching Off the Map. I know many of you place a huge emphasis on real world experiences and giving stu...
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  • Map Maker #5: Plumb Lines

    *** If you missed the Facebook Live video today, our winners for last Wednesday's Teach Ag Kit Giveaway are: And if you missed the name of the website I used to draw the names, it is: https://wheelofnames.com/   Now,...
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  • Cartographer's Notebook #5: Swing Sets

    Before we get started today, please watch this video: Saving the Art of Mapmaking If you were wondering, I was born in 1996. This makes me a young Millennial according to Tim Elmore's analysis of generations. I re...
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  • Final Map Maker: New Maps

    Do you remember the very first video I shared in this book club? It can be found in the Testing the Waters post, and you might want to go watch it if you haven't already - it will give you some context for what follow...
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  • Final Cartographer's Notebook: Relief vs. Belief

    Welcome to the final week of our book club on Tim Elmore's Marching Off the Map! We will have our Map Maker on Wednesday and an Expedition Chat Friday before we will finally set this book aside...for now.     Take so...
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  • Map Maker: Anxiety and Amorality

    Chapter 10 poses some heavy topics for us to chew on. Most of it probably came as no surprise, but Elmore packaged it very neatly in a call to action format for us as educators. One of the most profound statements he ...
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  • Cartographer's Notebook: Leaving a Legacy

    "The process of design and preparation is just like a lesson plan. You can't move forward if you haven't decided how it will be done. To envision the future is to see where you need to be in one or even five years. Bu...
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  • Guest Blog: Andrea Fristoe, National Teach Ag Campaign

    This week, our Map Maker activity has a fun twist. I reached out to Andrea Fristoe, NAAE Program Manager, and asked her to share some of her thoughts related to Chapter 5 of Marching Off the Map. Please read her guest...
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  • Cartographer's Notebook #4: Sail or Surrender?

    "When the winds of change blow, some people build walls, while others build windmills." - Chinese Proverb, p. 79   I am having a hard time deciding which chapter is my favorite in Marching Off the Map, but I think ch...
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  • For Such a Time as This

    For such a time as this.   You may not be familiar with this scripture, but I have spent a lot of time lately thinking about Esther 4:14.  The last three months have surely been a whirlwind of a ride. However, I bel...
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  • Economic Impacts of COVID-19 on Food and Agricultural Markets

    The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) and the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA) have partnered together on a new paper, Economic Impacts of COVID-19 on Food and Agricultural Mark...
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  • Ag Education for ALL! #TeachAg

      2020 will definitely make history books...or e-books most likely in our future classrooms. We are living in a time of uncertainty and unrest. However, many are using this time to take a stand against injus...
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  • Introductory Episode - The Power of Connections / Transcript

    https://www.naae.org/profdevelopment/podcast.cfm   Alan Green:    A connection; a relationship in which a person is linked or associated with someone else. For us agricultural educators, connections are the building b...
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  • Episode 1 - Getting Started with the NAAE My Local Cooperative Instructional Modules / Transcript

    https://www.naae.org/profdevelopment/podcast.cfm   Alan Green: Welcome to Connect, a podcast by the National Association of Agricultural Educators. No matter how long you’ve been in the classroom, we as agricultural...
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  • Map Maker #2: Engaging the Natives

    Something to think about to get us started today... Why All World Maps Are Wrong   So far, Marching Off the Map has shown us in detail how the students of today will face problems tomorrow that we cannot even fathom...
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  • Monday Morning Monitor-- 6/22/2020

      June 22, 2020Vision The Council creates an intentional direction for the Agricultural Education Model by: Connecting Leaders Fostering Collaboration Driving Action MissionThe Council leads the future of school-b...
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  • Agricultural Education for ALL! -- Keonté  Edmonds

    Agricultural Education for All is a joint partnership of the National Association of Agricultural Educators and the National FFA Organization with the goal of ensuring all in agricultural education feel welcome, safe ...
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  • New Teacher News -- June 2020

      Totally Acceptable. . . .  To make it a goal to use more inclusive language in your professional and personal life,  To check out the NEA Diversity Toolkit for resources and tools to help you gain a be...
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  • Cartographer's Notebook #3: Landmarks

    "We are now at a point where we must educate our children in what no one knew yesterday, and prepare our schools for what no one knows yet." - Margaret Mead (as quoted on p. 69)   Chapter 4 is absolutely packed with ...
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